Why See Perfect Crime?
A New York Theatre Staple!
A staple of New York theatre, much like The Mousetrap across the pond in London, this show goes far and beyond the traditional mystery play. It is a sexy, compelling comedy-thriller, with well-timed surprises and laughs that relieve a growing dramatic tension. The main character is a Harvard-educated psychiatrist accused of bumping off her wealthy, foppish British husband.
WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
The story is set in an affluent Connecticut town where a suspected murderess conducts her practice out of her secluded mansion. The handsome detective assigned to the case must overcome his own love nterest in the woman as he seeks to discover who murdered her husband, if indeed he was murdered at all.Or is it all an elaborate ruse leading up to The Perfect Crime? You'll have to see to find out - you'll find no spoilers here....
Perfect Crime opened in April 1987 and has enjoyed over 8,000 performances to date! This mystery thriller continues to entertain patrons right in the heart of Times Square.
Performance date: 18 April 1987
Perfect Crime is appropriate for children aged 10 and over. Children under 4 years of age will not be admitted into the Snapple Theatre.
One hour and 55 minutes with one 15-minute intermission.
Cast and Creative
Catherine Russell as Margaret Thorne Brent
Jack Koenig as W. Harrison Brent
George McDaniel as Lionel McAuley
Gary Busey as Lionel McAuley (November 21 - December 4)
Patrick Robustelli as David Breuer
Richard Shoberg as Inspector James Ascher
Author - Warren Manzi
Director - Jeffrey Hyatt
Scenic Design - Jay Stone and Warren Manzi
Lighting Design - Joe Hodge
Costume Design - Nancy Bush
Sound Design - David Lawson
Production Stage Manager - Kim Moore
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Next available performances
Wed, Nov 22
Thu, Nov 23
Fri, Nov 24
Mon, Nov 27
Tue, Nov 28
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